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Elizabeth Kerin

EKElizabeth Kerin, Sales & Marketing Manager, Stripes Agency

During her time at UD, Elizabeth was involved in student government, the University News, and the yearbook. Walking away from her time at UD, she said she felt inspired to be excellent in the same way as her peers and professors, especially in regard to her career.

“My UD coursework, professors, and classmates alike set an example of the pursuit of excellence as a way of life. I saw in them strong creative thinking and work ethic, strong rhetorical and writing skills and a genuine interest in self-betterment.”

Elizabeth says that she has noticed that strong liberal arts students tend to make strong employees.

“The University of Dallas fostered an intellectual curiosity and work ethic in me that’s played out nicely in a professional sense. I have a genuine interest in learning more and taking on challenging work.”

Elizabeth graduated from the University of Dallas in 2016 and, currently, is the Sales and Marketing Manager for the Stripes Agency in Dallas, Texas.

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